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Samsung is about to buy the future


Samsung is known to dabble in any and every area it possibly can in an effort to find the next big thing. But the company’s actual “next big thing” may have been born outside of Samsung’s walls. According to a report from Techcrunch, Samsung is currently in talks to acquire smart home startup SmartThings for somewhere in the neighborhood of $200 million. That may sound like a lot for a company that began on Kickstarter not long ago, but it’s a bargain for the company SmartThings has become. “Smart home” and “Internet of Things” technologies are not new, but they’re still in their infancy and SmartThings has created a solution that makes these technologies incredibly accessible. The company provides a hub as

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